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Song Parodies -> "Chicago Saturday Night"

Original Song Title:

"Blue Christmas"

Original Performer:

Elvis Presley

Parody Song Title:

"Chicago Saturday Night"

Parody Written by:

Pat LeBlanc

The Lyrics

With seemingly no end in sight to the murders in Chicago, do any lives matter?
We can’t walk down the street without freakin’
Our hands are up, we aint even creepin’
Bloody wet stains of red on my new Bulls jersey
Don’t mean a thing bruh, cause he looks just like me
And when those brass casings start fallin’
It aint the po-lice we’ll be callin’
You’ll be doing alright with your privilege of white
But we know that black, black, black lives matter

You’ll be doing alright with your privilege of white
But we know that black, black, black lives matter

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